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December 22, 2005 - Image 17

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The Detroit Jewish News, 2005-12-22

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To Life!

APPLE TREE

Contest
Chanukah
Art
HANUKAH ART CON 1-18T hiNUICAH ART CONTE

A

manda Papo loves to draw and,
at the tender age of 6 3/4, has
entered the Jewish News
Chanukah Art Contest "many times."
She is a first-grader at Hickory Woods
Elementary School in Novi and attends
Temple Israel Religious School. She likes to
draw at both places.
"We always have 'morning work' to do"
every day at Hickory Woods, Amanda said.
"We use pencils."At Temple Israel in West
Bloomfield , the classes use crayons, she
said.

More than 300 youngsters entered the Jewish News

Chanukah Art Contest. The winning selections on
these pages will be displayed at the Jewish News

office, 29200 Northwestern, suite 110, Southfield,
until Jan. 5. All entries can be picked up by the
artists' families at the Jewish News until Jan.14.

For the JN contest, Amanada borrowed
an idea from her mother, Julie, who is a
kindergarten teacher at Winchester
Elementary in Northville. Amanda used
colored markers to draw her menorah's
candles on coffee filters, then sprayed the
filters with water to spread the colors. The
base of the menorah was made with glue
and glitter. Julie helped cut out the candles.
Amanda proudly told the JN that this
entry "was my idea. Mom's ideas in the
past didn't win."
Julie Papo and husband Brian have •
another youngster, Josh. "He just turned 3,"
said Julie, "and isn't into coloring yet.".

ON

THE

COVER

Alan Hitsky,
associate editor

Amanda Papo's winning entry earned her $100.

Winners in each age group won $18.

AMANDA PAPO • Age 6 • Novi • Temple Israel

FIRST PLACE

AGE 6 AND
YOUNGER

AGE 7-9
Talya Schechet

AGE 10-12

Samantha Elkus

Age 9
Southfield
Yeshivat A k iva

Age 10
Sanford, Fla.
Cong. Of Reform

Age 6
Huntington
Woods
Beth Shalom

Arley Ruskin

December 22 • 2005

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